Full story - May 07, 2015
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Students who don’t speak English as their first language rank toward the bottom in almost every measure of academic achievement. Even if their population were to stop rising, the situation signifies a looming hit to the national and regional economies.
Full story - May 06, 2015
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Why dual-language schools, and educating language-minorities in general, has been a challenge for the US South.
Full story - May 05, 2015
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As public schools become more linguistically diverse, some see bilingual or “dual-language” programs as a way to improve education for all – English speakers too.
Full story - May 04, 2015
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The number of Latinos in US schools is rising faster than any other group. And their share of the school population is rising fastest in the South.